The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC unveils a major new exhibition that opens a window to the ethereal world of contemporary Taiwan, exploring the coexistence of modernity and tradition while showcasing the myths, legends, and fairytales sacred to Taiwanese culture.
(In)visible will reveal artworks never before seen in Canada, from seven internationally-acclaimed contemporary Taiwanese artists, including Anli Genu, Charwei Tsai, Chiu Yu-Wen, Li Jiun-Yang, Tu Wei-Cheng, Yuma Taru, and Walis Labai. Featuring a vast collection of artistic mediums, visitors toMOA will step into a visually stunning, otherworldly experience as they are immersed in artworks incorporating textile installation, paper cutting, video art, puppetry, sculpture, and more.
A pair of tickets to (In)visible: The Spiritual World of Taiwan through Contemporary Art showing from November 20, 2015 – April 3, 2016.
CONTEST CLOSING TIME
Contest closes November 18, 2015 – Winner will be contacted upon closing time.
SKILL TESTING QUESTION
When did MOA launch its Spotlight Taiwan Project? For a hint, go here: http://moa.ubc.ca/portfolio_page/invisible/